My lovely husband Mark has used his artistic talents to great effect and drawn 6 different Walthamstow and Highams Park landmarks.
The designs are all of local areas and include The Level Crossing HP, No1 The Avenue Restaurant HP, Hale End Road HP, Walthamstow Town Hall, Central Parade Walthamstow and Walthamstow Dog Track.
The prices for the cards are £2.50 each or a set of 6 for £12. All money goes to the treatment fund.
They also come in different sizes and frames as follows:
A4 print = £7
A4 print framed in black or white = £20
Single print framed = £5
A5 mounted print framed = £12
Triple picture framed = £25
If you are interested in ordering please email Liz at Lizworrall100@gmail.com with the details.
The Signal Box, Highams Park
Central Parade, Walthamstow
Waltham Forest Town Hall, Walthamstow
No. 1 The Avenue, Highams Park
The Regal building, Highams Park
There have been so many wonderful people that have fundraised for me. They’ve climbed mountains, chopped off their hair, held tea parties, run yoga classes or made and sold handicrafts. Here are some of them.
We held another fabulous coffee morning on 9 March. Lots of homemade treats and crafts for sale. Always a great opportunity to catch up with some familiar faces.
An amazing night to beat the January blues. Everyone seemed to have their dancing shoes on and the photo booth did a roaring trade in silly snaps. Thanks to the fundraising team for organising such a great event and to everyone who made it such a great night.
Huge thanks to Sharon Garner, Lucy Johnson and Wendy Boulton who spent a busy morning sewing on school badges at Coffee Fox Cafe in Highams Park.
My lovely brother Alan put on a tartan bra and ran more than three marathons in three days – along the West Highland Way. Rather than putting his feet up after the gruelling run, he completed his challenge by climbing Britain’s highest mountain, Ben Nevis, which towers above Fort William at 4,412 feet.
Bra-vo for Gala man raising cash for sister’s cancer treatment, Border Telegraph
Evie is only 11 years old and is a daughter of a friend of mine. She came up with the idea of chopping off 12 inches of her lovely hair to raise money for my fund and I was just bowled over.
Evie Ceeney, 11, faces the chop to raise thousands for critical cancer treatment
Epping Forest Guardian